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Yet Another DuMont Television Network ID (Classic TV) (1950)

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DuMont Television Network ID from 1950.


This movie is part of the collection: Classic TV

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Keywords: Classic TV; DuMont Network; DuMont Television Network; Du Mont Network; Du Mont Television Network; 50's; 1950's; Fifties; TV; Television; Retro; Logo; Logos; Ident; Idents; ID; IDs; Rare; Kinescope; Kinescope Recording;

Creative Commons license: Public Domain


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Reviewer: DavidKaye - 3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars - December 14, 2009
Subject: Dumont Mirror Flip
In the old days of TV, 1 movie projector and 2 slide projectors were positioned at 90 degree angles to each other and matrixed optically into one TV camera. To switch from a slide to a film or from slide to slide or from film to slide, a mirror was flipped that would redirect one image and block out the others. This was called a "mirror flip", and most TV stations and networks had a prohibition against flipping on the air. DuMont apparently didn't have that rule.